2011’s Green Lantern was one of the significant superhero movies which saw feedback from crippling responses and viewers from critics. It is one of Hollywood’s examples of how not to squander a budget of millions of dollars away.
The movie was such a disaster that stars Ryan Reynolds, and Taika Waititi would instead pretend they were never involved with the video. Warner Bros.
announced that they would be giving DC’s superhero yet another opportunity to win lovers’ hearts. This was back in October 2014, and it’s 2020 now with the movie still a no-show.
Green Lantern Corps was scheduled for a release on July 24, 2020, but the movie has been in development for decades without advancement. DC fans have requested what is taking so long to come out that we are convinced it won’t come out in July.
Why is this Picture Taking Time?
Based on reports, the film will move forward after the script he’s been working on is finished by Geoff Johns. This is affected by Johns’ involvement with HBO Max’s Green Lantern series.
At this time, he’s working on both, but with this highly anticipated show underway, Warner Bros. would not risk jeopardizing everything by compelling for the film’s release too.
The studio appears to be interested in casting Fast & Furious star Michelle Rodriguez as Jessica Cruz, the Green Lantern who debuted her comic novels in 2014. There’s no information available on other possible cast members.
What is the Plot?
In the title itself, it appears probable this reboot will concentrate on the group of intergalactic defenders of protecting Earth called the Green Lantern 30, in charge. This will not be one roots story state Hal Jordan in the 2011 film.
The Corps is a set of Green Lanterns from different areas across the world, a number of them are assuming the kinds of planets and some even bacteria. In a fantastic, creative behind-the-scenes team’s hands, this film could be a sure blast!